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Wow Evening Headlines 12/5/2012

Reports out of Knoxville and Louisville are citing sources saying Charlie Strong has turned down contract offer to coach Tennessee…
Strong had been considered a leading candidate to take open Tennesee job
Arkansas introduces  Bret Bielema as its head coach, bringing to an end a nearly eight-month search for Bobby Petrino’s long-term replacement
Arkansas will pay  Bielema $3.2 million per year over six years
Auburn search committee member Bo Jackson on new hire Gus Malzahn: “Actually, we were surprised that he was as sharp as he was.”
Ex-Auburn coach Pat Dye says he supports Gus Malzahn but would have hired Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart
This year’s SEC Championship Game was the most watched college football game of the season
NCAA President Mark Emmert says he is determined to provide college athletes with $2,000 for expenses not covered by scholarships
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WOW Headlines – 12/5/12

Auburn search committee member Bo Jackson on new hire Gus Malzahn: “Actually, we were surprised that he was as sharp as he was.”
Arkansas will pay new coach Bret Bielema $3.2 million per year over six years
Former South Carolina assistant and Southern Miss head coach Ellis Johnson expected to interview for defensive coordinator position at Auburn
Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy and Louisville’s Charlie Strong are reportedly re-working deals at current schools rather than taking Tennessee position
Ex-Auburn coach Pat Dye says he supports Gus Malzahn but would have hired Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart
This year’s SEC Championship Game was the most watched college football game of the season
Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer and former LSU RB Charles Alexander inducted into College Football Hall of Fame last night
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SEC Headlines – 6/9/11 Part Two

1.  Ex-Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville wants the 2004 BCS crown, but Bob Stoops and Oklahoma do not.  (Of course, Auburn wasn’t slaughtered 55-19 by Southern Cal as Oklahoma was.)

2.  This writer says Arkansas always gets hosed right before the NCAA decides to change and improve its rules.  (I’ve heard that from fans of just about every school in the SEC, by the way.)

3.  Alabama’s game at Penn State this fall will kick off at 3:30pm ET on ABC.

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